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" Pig, let me speak his praise, is no less provocative of the appetite than he is satisfactory to the criticalness of the censorious palate. The strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices. Unlike to mankind's mixed characters,... "
Exercises in English composition - Sivu 48
tekijä(t) Robert Skakel Knight - 1876
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The Every Day Book, Or, A Guide to the Year: Describing the Popular ..., Nide 1

William Hone - 1826
...judicious epicure — and for such a tomb might be content to die." ELIA further allegeth of " pig," that " their endeavours to accommodate large congregations in edifices for public wor He is — good throughout. No part of him is better or worse than another. He helpeth, as far as his...

The Every-day Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements ...

William Hone - 1868
...epicure — and for such a tomb rni¡_'ht be content to die." ELIA further allegeth of " pig," that " the strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices He is — good throughout. No part of him is better or worse than another. He helpeth, as far as his...

The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Nide 1

William Hone - 1830
...epicure— and for such a totob might be content tol die." ELIA. further allegeth of " pig,"- that " the strong man may batten on him, and. the weakling refuseth not his mild juices. He is — good throughout. No past of him is better or worse than another. He helpeth, as far as his...

The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calandar of Popular ...

William Hone - 1835
...judicious epicure — and for such a tomb might be content to die." ELIA further allegeth of " pig," that " the strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices. He is — good throughout. No part of him is better or worse than another. He helpeth, as far as his...

The every-day book, or

William Hone - 1837
...judicious epicure — and for such a tomb might be content to die." ELIA further allegeth of " pig," that " the strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices. He is — good throughout. No part of him is better or worse than another. He helpeth, as far as his...

The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Nide 1

William Hone - 1839
...judicious epicure — and for such a tomb might be content to die." ELIA further allegeth of " pig," that " the strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices. He is — good throughout. No part of him is better or worse than another. Ha helpeth, as far as his...

The Works of Charles Lamb: With a Sketch of His Life and Final Memorials, Nide 2

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1855
...not with the appetite — and the coarsest hunger might barter her consistently for a mutton-chop. Pig — let me speak his praise — is no less provocative...than he is satisfactory to the criticalness of the censorious'palate. The strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices....

The essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - 1856 - 361 sivua
...not with the appetite — and the coarsest hunger might barter her consistently for a mutton chop. Pig — let me speak his praise — is no less provocative...appetite, than he is satisfactory to the criticalness of *he censorious palate. The strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices....

THE ESSAYS OF ELIA.

CHARLES LAMB. - 1857
...meddieth not with the appetite— and the coarsest hunger might barter her consistently for a mutton chop. Pig — let me speak his praise — is no less provocative...appetite, than he is satisfactory to the criticalness of *he censorious palate. The strong man may batten on him, and the weakling refuseth not his mild juices....

The Boys' and girls' companion for leisure hours, ed. by J. and M. Bennett

John Bennett (editor.) - 1857
...not with the appétit- — and the coarsest hunger might barter her consistently for a mutton chop. Pig — let me speak his praise — is no less provocative of the appetite, than lie is satisfactory to the criticalnesa of the ecn.sorious palate. The strong man may batten on him,...




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